TikTok influencer Dylan Mulvaney, who identifies as a transgender woman, announced a recent meeting with President Biden to discuss transgenderism in a Thursday video.
The interview, hosted by Now This News, will reportedly premiere on Sunday night along with other segments from the Presidential Forum with Joe Biden.
Mulvaney introduces the video as the newest entry in his TikTok series “100 days of being a girl,” which has since surpassed the initial 100 days.
“I’m in Washington D.C. and I’m going to the White House to speak with the President of the United States!” announces Mulvaney in a bathroom while wearing a Texas flag-themed shirt reading “don’t mess with trans kids.” The TikTok influencer refers to himself as a “girl boss” announcing the outlet invited him to sit down with the President and discuss trans issues in the United States along with his own “transness.”
“I’m ready to step up and show that trans people [are] not going anywhere,” says Mulvaney. “And that trans kids, they deserve a fighting chance to be their true selves,” the influencer continues, pointing to his shirt.
The video cuts to Mulvaney, who is now wearing makeup as he displays his outfit for the conference which appears to resemble the transgender pride flag’s color scheme. Mulvaney’s video cuts to the influencer approaching what appears to be the White House as he jokingly asks, “Do you think I just knock on the front door?”
The video progresses as Mulvaney records himself observing the White House lobby before passing a portrait of former First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama.
“Our queen, love you,” says Mulvaney focusing on the portrait. “I love you.”
The influencer briefly shows himself preparing for the conference before cutting to him leaving the White House with a look of ecstacy on his face. The video cuts back to the bathroom as Mulvaney says the President gave him a cookie in the Oval Office which he shows the camera for reference.
“Do I eat it or do I save it?” asks Mulvaney. “It has a seal,” he says, pointing to the cookie’s decoration.
Mulvaney announces that he is not allowed to post footage from the conference until after its Sunday night premiere though urged viewers legally registered to vote in the United States to participate in the midterm election next month, citing “this is gonna be one of the most important elections of our lifetimes.”
“There is so much darkness in this world,” says Mulvaney towards the end of the video. “But we have to get in the mud right now, and we’re gonna clean up some messes that have needed cleaning for hundreds of years.”
Now This News’ conference will reportedly feature six guests asking President Biden questions on topics including transgender identity, the environment, and college tuition, according to an Instagram post advertising the forum.